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Tear137
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Post Posted: Sun May 17, 2009 2:44 am   
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Ok, i have a problem that i do not now how to fix, i have checked other posts but no one else seems to have my problem. I have had an old X3 sitting in my closet and have finally decided to use it, i had an xapter 1.6 and i have installed both the xapter and the chip in my xbox to what i assume to be correct because i followed the directions. Now the problem, when i power on my xbox it comes on for a second then goes back off, then comes back on, then goes off, comes on once more then shuts down completely. can some one please help me out? thanks alot.


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Post Posted: Sun May 17, 2009 3:17 am   
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Sounds like it could be a problem with the D0 point, or a corrupt/missing bios on the chip. Have you tried booting the X3 in recovery mode (pressing both power and eject buttons simultaneously)?
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